Dear Members of the Archbishop Mitty Community,
As the school year begins, we want to update you on the work that has been done this summer regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion at Archbishop Mitty High School. The last three months have provided us with an opportunity to hear from many of our school’s constituents and to begin the important work of addressing issues of systemic racism at Archbishop Mitty High School.Read More
A total of 18 Monarchs participated in the National Speech and Debate Tournament, which was held virtually in June. For the sixth year in a row, AMHS was named a School of Outstanding Distinction, the tournament’s top award given to the top 10 schools in the nation.Read More
Students participating in the Mitty Advocacy Project spent the summer engaged in an antiracism digital advocacy campaign in support of Black Lives Matter. Through a blog, Instagram, and a new supplemental website, students focused on amplifying the voices of Black creators and sharing resources to raise awareness and address the intersection of racism with environmental justice, mental health, and voting.Read More
Performing Arts Wins National Theater Awards
Congratulations to the Performing Arts Department, which won seven awards as part of the 15th Annual National Youth Arts Awards, announced last week. A special congratulations to junior Isabella Esler and senior Isabella Nicoletti, who were recognized as best actresses in “Mamma Mia!” Finally, congratulations to Mr. Santana, who was named best director for “Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” and to the ensemble of “Mamma Mia!” which also took home the top award in their division. Congratulations!